COMM 3 Presentational communication - Utilize appropriate media to present an idea to an audience.
COMM 3.1 Present information, concepts, and ideas to inform, explain, persuade, and narrate on a variety of topics using appropriate media in the target language.
COMM 3.2 Adapt presentation to various audiences of listeners, readers, or viewers.
CLTR Cultures - Interact with cultural competence and understanding in an interconnected world.
CLTR.EU The study of culture is deeply intertwined with the study of other languages. Developing an understanding and awareness of other cultures' perspectives is critical in the development of global competence.
CLTR.EQ How do a variety of cultures impact our daily lives? Why is cultural sensitivity an important part of gaining global competence? What is their perspective? How does their perspective influence what people do/create?
CLTR 1 Relating cultural practices to perspective - Investigate, explain and reflect on the relationship between the practices and perspectives of the cultures studied in the target language.
CLTR 1.1 Analyze the cultural practices/patterns of behavior accepted as the societal norm in the target culture.
CLTR 2.2 Describe the connections of products from the target culture with the practices and perspectives of the culture.
CLTR 2.3 Justify the underlying beliefs or values of the target culture that resulted in the creation of the product.
CONN Connections - Acquire information and diverse perspectives in order to use the target language to connect to other disciplines and to function in academic and career related situations.
CONN.EU Interdisciplinary learning is a critical component in the educational experience of all students. Connecting multiple disciplines builds and reinforces the content knowledge of those disciplines and develops critical thinking/problem solving skills.
CONN.EQ What role does language learning play in the educational experience of students? How does connecting to other disciplines make students well-informed global citizens? How does extending student access to variety of information and diverse perspectives influence their ability to perform in academic and career related settings?
CONN 1 Making connections - Build, reinforce, and expand knowledge of other disciplines while using the target language to develop critical thinking/creative problem solving skills.
CONN 1.1 Compare and contrast information acquired from other content areas.
COMP 2.3 Compare and contrast authentic materials from the target culture with the learner's culture.
COMT Communities - Communicate and interact with cultural competence in multilingual communities at home and around the world.
COMT.EU The increasing interconnectedness of the world's economy requires that United States citizens continue to become proficient in other languages and adept at understanding and communicating appropriately in cultural contexts.
COMT.EQ How are language proficiency and cultural competence developed? How do continued opportunities to learn and use language increase language proficiency over a period of time? What personal benefits are there to becoming a lifelong language learner?
COMT 1 School and Global Communities - Interact and collaborate in communities and the globalized world both within and beyond the classroom.
COMT 1.1 Participate in multilingual communities at home and around the world.
COMT 1.2 Discuss personal preferences in activities and events both within and beyond the classroom.